Bumps in the Road: Possible Teams Who Could Derail the Patriots Super Bowl Hopes

December 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The New England Patriots wrapped up the No. 1 seed in the AFC, the AFC East title and home field advantage throughout the postseason after their 34-3 romp over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.  
The offense is firing on all cylinders behind stud Tom Brady, who is playing arguably the best football of his career, possibly even more impressive than his record setting 2007 campaign.  
While such accomplishments have become almost commonplace this time of year in Foxborough, this year's run seems almost more special than in past years. In fact, if it weren't for Brady's almost unmatchable performance so far this year, 2010 would be almost a precise replica of the team's first Super Bowl run of the decade against St. Louis.
No stars in the receiving corps or backfield and question marks heading into the season, to go along with an underrated but hard hitting, physical defense.   
However, this time around the record is much shinier at 13-2 with one contes...

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